Bright rooms for two in Wernigerode (Saxony-Anhalt). The seven available rooms are each equipped with two single beds, a Flatscreen-TV, and a mini bar. They also include a private bathroom, access to a large backyard, car parking, and an excellent breakfast., key advantages: quiete, private, clean, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Wernigerode, Walking distance into downtown Wernigerode is only 10 minutes, There is parking in front of the house available for this object,
These comfortable rooms receive two people in Wernigerode, a city with many interesting half-timbered houses and Gothic architecture. Each sleeping room includes two single beds, a TV, a mini bar, a wardrobe, a desk, and a private bathroom with a toilet, a washbasin, and a shower.
An excellent breakfast is offered at no additional cost in the welcoming dining room. In summer the large backyard (800 m²) invites you to relaxation and play. Car parking is also provided.
Location Braunschweig Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Braunschweig Airport. From Braunschweig Airport the distance to the unit at Lüttgenfeldstraße 23, 38855 Wernigerode is about 73 km (45.6 miles), approximately a 52 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Wernigerode, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $79-$63 for 1 person.
Additional Features: Central Heating, Television, Garden
Located in a very quiet residential area. Downtown is only fifteen minutes walk away. Besides the breakfast service, a three-course meal is offered through our partner at the Schanzentisch restaurant.
More travel info about Wernigerode: Situated on the scenic German Timber Frame Road in Saxony Anhalt, Wernigerode commands a lovely spot on the Holtemme River on the northern edge of the Harz Mountains. The city is known throughout the region for its brandy, lager, cigars, and dyes. Wernigerode dates from the early Middle Ages, and you can see several interesting Gothic buildings in the city, including the unusual city hall. Thankfully the town was not damaged much during World War II, so most of the historic buildings you can see here are authentic. While in Wernigerode, make sure to visit the castle. It dates from the 12th century, but the current structure was built in the late 1800s. Take the time to view the terraced gardens and landscape park that surround the castle. Other sites to see include the Museum of Aeronautics (50 plane and helicopters are on display here) and the Armeleuteberg which is home to the Kaiserturm observation tower and a charming forest restaurant. Also, if you want to explore the Harz Mountains, take the Harzer Schmalspurbahn, a narrow gauge railway that connects Wernigerode to the Brocken, the highest peak in the range. You can also take a bus from Wernigerode to access a cable car that goes up the Wurmberg, the area's second tallest peak. From Wernigerode, two easy day trips are to Halberstadt (15 miles) and Goslar with its World Heritage Site-listed Old City (22 miles).